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Arrival of Trains,
The following change of schedule took
effect Juuel2. 1899.
No. 8 arrives at 5.52 a m,
" 10 00 a m,
" 7-09 pm,
41 - 8.51 p m, (flag)
44 - 9.45 pm,
" ' 2 00 a m lrei?i )
87 arrives W 8.49 am, (ng)-'
u ii "1123 am,
8.51 p m,
a 0Attyi ( finer
, 4. . ""7.19 a m,
61 : 44 14 -849 a m, (freight)
No. 35. when running ahead of No: 7j
is flagged if necessary for through trayel
south of charlotte,' and is stopped for
passengers amviHg'from Lynchburg xr
beyond. No. 33 stops regularly f 6r
passengers for Salisbury, High Point;
Oreensboro, . Reidsville, Danville and
principal stations between Dariviilef and
Washington No. 37 stops for . pas
sengers coming from Lynchburg or
points beyond, and to take on -.passengers
- for regular stopping places
south of--Newell. No- 38 stops to let
off passengers from' regular stopping
places south of Newells and to .take on
passengers for regular stopping, places,
Lynchburg or beyond. .. ,
Xos. 3$ ana o4 siop ai uoncora ior
p&esengeM to ori from, the C. 0. & AV
DivisionCharlotte to AtiKUsta-rand
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida, reached through Columbia
Nos. 1, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
and connect at Salisbury with trains: of
W. N. C. Division.
TELEPHONE NO. 71.
"Sixg TheirX)vn Praise.'?
fheSTIEFFisthe PIANO to buy;
it has no equal for the money as you
Ave the middleman's, profits and it will
last a lifetime; but we have several
bargains in other makes.
We have taken in exchange for
STIEFF'S two Iyers & Pond Pianos,
one. thP finest style that firm manu
factures and it is. almost new. - If you
want this make here are bargains.
IlRltlmore 31 1.
Factory Branch Wareroom,
Iiarlolle, N. C.
C. H. Wil moth, Mgr.
Kine Tuning. Palace Organs.
Dr. J P Gibson's ,
residence on Main street.
Miss Grace Troutman has erono
to visit her
Let Alexander & Hendrix
lean and press your clothes
Rev. B Lacy Hoge is spendipg
this week at Albemarle assisting
Rev. Richardson in a revival
You can get a discount of 25
per cent, on all cleaning and
dyeing at the Concord Steam
Laundry and Dye Works-, for the
next 30 days. o!6 3t
FOUND. A bay mare mule
with bridle and saddle. Call on
J S Cobb near the cotton (piat:
form and pay expenses and, get
yoqr mule. ,v . i , ;
Dr. W. H. Wakefiled, of . Chaf
iotte, N, C,, will be in Concord
at St. Cloud on Friday, October
J-th, for this one day only. His
lracticefis limited to Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat,
1 Policeman Johnson
rain-beater Tuesday, night.
was a-white man. Me settled
hi bill with Mayor Means and
vint on his way rejoicing.
Mr. J W Brown, representing
'n frith & Griffith, 61 PhiladeL,
p'- 'i. will be pleased to call at
v 'ii home and show you , the
h nest stereopticon views ahd:
StereOSCOUOs ovor somi ?i nn.
admit him when
Just received, a new and fresh"
lot Di dyes:' We can dye ahy.
garment in your , wardrobe any
shade or color, the highest' class
of work given, and guarantee no
ubbmg off or jfaing. No
innngs dyed in all ''wool goods
Remember, for the next 30 days
we give 25 per cent, off on all
'Ivcmg and cleaning. Ladies
n ted not take to pieces a' skirt' or
aist to have it dyed. Concord
Laundry and Dye Works. Zt
THE TRIAL MOVED.
A Flea Is Made for the Trial of Will Ed- Xo 3Iore a Doubt as to the Place of the
wards and Tom Carr to Take Place in Tuscarora Cotton Mill-Dramatic Tal
Rowaji County The Plea Is Granted. ent Working.
Theiriai of the negroes, Will Written for The Standard.
Edwards and.Tom Carr; who at j Mt, Pleasant Oct. 17. Pho
present sjjarid charged 'with the ' tographer J A R Miller, of Lex
)cgljnf;:pf. Policeman Kerns, - ington,.. Va., is here "takinV pic
which trial has ' been eagerly j tures. "
looked forward, to by numbers,
will be held in
instead ot here.
RowanCOUntV.TiiKP.amra mill's TViq cii.
? 'TiflK'Pap. Means is the coun-
sel. f or yjTill t Inwards and made
the ple-fpravchange. of courts.
Tom.Carj.is represented by At
torneys, uryerand Sticjriey. No
Vue bU.was ; found : by, the grand
jury as'to the . third negro. Rich
ardson;: V ;" .
His Experience In Asheville.
tiiat y ..when . , in . Ashev ille las t
,week he . had the pleasure of
dining with Dr. M L Stevens.
Dr.'and'Mfs. Stevens are keep
ing bouse, and Rev. ,. Alexander
says" the - doctor has v the finest
"cook in-tbe city." Dr. and Mrs.
Stevens, though pleasantly situ-
ill 0 J0 "
aiea, long ior L;oncora once
more, TTheir many friends here
who remember them both so
pleasantly will be glad to know
that the .health of .Dr. Stevens
j Rev. Alexander evidently did
not find Asheville the healthiest
.place in the t worlds ; He con
tracted a violent cold from wh'ch
he has been quite sick since he
Concord Sent a Good Delegation.
Messrs. Ross McConnol, Chal
"Vhite, Brevard Harris, E C
Earnhardt, J W Toney, H L
Parksi,Jno. Corrqll, Robt. Ben
and Wade Barrier, of this place,
spent Tuesday night in Albe
marle. They attended-the institu
tion of Albemarle Lodge, No.
112, Knights of Pythias. Seventy-
four visiting members were pres
ent, and twenty -three names
were enrolled. Seventeen dif-
ferent lodges were represented.
The lodge opened shortly after
8 o'clock: that night and , the
work of institution was finished
at 6 o'elock in the morning.
College Meeting For Salisbury.
Salisbury, is .to have-a public
meeting Thursday night to con
sider the matter of securing
North Carolina College, we note
from the Sun: ;
Chronic Nasal Catarrh pois
ons every breath, that is drawn
into the lungs., y There, Js pro
curable iiom any druggist the
remedv '"for the cure of this
trouble. A small quantity of
Ely's Cream Balm ' placed into 9J:.ati0c.. .
the nostrils spreads over an in- , . . ...
flamed ahdgry surf acp reliev- Ladies Black Hose with white
,ing imriiediately the painful in- ieettor -oc. ,
flamation, cleanses, heals and Ladfes Black Hose with split
cures. A cold in the head van- feet for 25c. . ;.
ishes immediately. Sold by
,druggists or.-wiH be.r,niailed for
pO cents by Ely Bros.,, 56 War
ren St: JSfew-York.' ;)'
; A specialty in cleaning Cur
tains, Carpets, Parlor Suits and
Oil Paintings. . All work in our
cleaning .departments guaran
teed. v iAjJlsb Remember when rwe j
clean a suit it is cleaned. If not!
satisfied return, we do over free !
of charge. Concord Laundry :
and Dye Works. o16 3t
Fruits and Oysters
' AT THE
Try onr Ham Sandwiches. They are
Joe Fisher, Proprietor.
WATER SUPPLY FOUND.
A pump is being placed in the
ply of water is between 7,000
and 8,Qp0 gallons over night' at a
depth of thirty feet. The well
Ivvill be sunk to a depth of fifty
auu'Luuiieieu m amerent ai
rections. ' !
A Japanese Tea was given by
the ladies, of the Seminary , last
Saturday night. It was, another
one of those entertainments for
,. . K. .... . . . . -
. -A ntjinber o friends : were in
vited to. attend the meeting of the
Pi Sigma Phi -society last .Friday
night, The exercises ;were re
ported to have, been excellent.
Fred Page, the blind: minstrel
gave an entertainment' in the col
lege chapel last night. "
"East Lynne,n a drama ar
ranged from Mrs. Heriry'Wood's
novel. ,4East Lvnne," will be
played hero Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. W H Calhoun, Jr.,
their little son, Walter H., and
daughter, Gentry, left here this
week for Jefferson, Wilkes
county, where they will spend the
Mrs. Roxie Barrier and Mrs.
John D Barrier, of Concord,
have beeu visiting friends and
relatives here this week.
Mrs. Lizzie -Betas, of Albe
marle, is at the bedside of Mrs.
C G Heilig, who is very low.
On account Foot-Ball Game
University N. C. vs. Davidson
College, Charlotte, N. C. Tick
ets on sale Oct. 21st; limited Oct.
23rd at rate of 85 cents round
On account Laying Corner1'
Stone Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Kings Mountain, N. C. Tickets
on sale Oct. 27 and 28; limited
Oct. 30th at rate $2.75 round
On account Educational and
Missionary Convention, New
berne, N. C. Tickets on sale
Oct. 14, 15 and 16; limited Oct.
24th at rate $12.00 round trip.
5 dozen Ladies Linen
k&rchiefs at 60c. dbz.
120 pairs Misses Ribbed Hose,
two tnread, 2x2 ribbed,; sizes o to
.Shoes! Shoes!! Don't forget us
oh Shoes. We, have the best. in.
town for the money.
Gibson & Morrison.
Every one of them
1 please you. . Come apd
tnein. A fine lot of
W. C. GORRELL, ;,
THE JEWELEK. r
oil M5k-2 JB
Up - to -
BLUE AND BLACK-
They cost no more than ordinary stoves that "eat up" your in
come in fuel bills.
531F HERE. Not anywhere else or elsewhere for fine furni
ture at low prices.
O I3J o,
We are jarepared
to give the people this winter
better bargains than usual jn all
of '.. ;T ' iV
Heavy and ' ,
At' wholesale and
retail. It wiU pay you tosee
otir Large -Socklof , J I'
- : -Crockery,
. Hats, Etc.,
before buying. 1 'For Cloyer
SeeS Seed Eye, and Rock Salt
go to .
Q. W. Patterson's.
Cannon & Fctzcr Co.
Are other Heaters of
course, but there are none that
will keep your house as warm
and cozy with as little wood as
OfTera the business public a reliable, per
manent, conservative and aMX)mmodaW
mg banking instutlon. " ' - j
. We solicit vour patronage with tbo
assurance of honorable treatment and
due appreciation of your patronage.
If we can serve you any time we will
be glad to have; you come and,' see ub.
TO CUSTOMERS., v. - - -7 - -
Capital and SmjiiB - $70 000.
D. B Coltkane, Chashier,
r.T. M. ODEin. Weaident.
M, L. Brown & BRo.
FEED AND SALE
Just in roaroi St. Cloud Hotl. Om
nibuBea meet all passenger trains.
Qatfits of all kinds famished
promptly and at reasonable price?.
Horses and mulea .always 6n hand
or sale. Brelftra of (.tioroug ioro
Poland Caiua 3
il Cooeord I